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Daily Music Wrap: August 25, 2004

Roundup of digital music related stories…

(Well, you requested it, so here it is…an RSS newsfeed solely for “digital music“…Subscribe to the news feed: )

Yahoo Launch Says Its #1: Launch now represents almost 50% of all time spent by consumers listening to streamed music on the Internet.

The Prince Pipeline: The weird man doing some good things with online music…

Net Radio Gets Another Metrics Service: Webcast Metrics monitors the size of a station’s audience and converts it to standard radio metrics…

Industry offers alternative to P2P bill: A counterattack to a copyright bill intended to ban peer-to-peer networks

Musicmatch wins by making it simple: It has been signing up between 1,200 to 1,500 new subscribers a day…

Napster’s 750,000 Songs On Cornell: The cost of the pilot program will largely be covered by corporate sponsors…

Artists Take Advantage of P2P Music Sharing: Several highly respected musicians are getting on with the business of using P2P to reach their audiences…

UK Festival recordings will be available to download: Fans will be able to download tracks from any of the Mean Fiddler Group’s big festivals, including next year’s Glastonbury and Homelands events, thanks to a landmark deal between the concert organiser and Universal Records.

Macrovision CD Protection To Be Apple Compatible